The Texarkana Children Charities Open Cut Party was held on Thursday, July 15, 2021, at Northridge Country Club. The All Pro Tour (APT) and Womens All Pro Tour (WAPT) was a week-long event that benefited Runnin' WJ Ranch. The tournament took place at Northridge Country Club and Texarkana Country Club.
The Texarkana Regional Airport Authority (“TRAA”) held a livestream groundbreaking ceremony on social media and other websites on Saturday, June 12, 2021, to officially begin the construction phase of the new airport and passenger terminal at Texarkana Regional Airport.
TEXAR presented Local Bands, Local Brews, Local Bites on Thursday, June 24 in front of the Historic Perot Theatre. This was a free concert featuring The Moss Brothers with food and drinks available from Pecan Point Brewing and Red Bone Brewery tents.
… Gail & Dr. Ed Eichler started the Clay Eichler Memorial Fund in 2015. Each year, the Clay Eichler Memorial Fund raises money through an annual event known as “Clay’s Golf and Guitars” with all profits benefitting worthy local organizations needing financial assistance. The recipients of the funds raised by this event are chosen by their board on a rotating basis. … The 7th annual Clay's Golf and Guitars Golf Tournament was held on May 22, 2021, at Northridge Country Club.
Debutante Cotillion Club of Texarkana honored the 2021 Debutantes at the annual Announcement Tea on Thursday, June 10, 2021, at Texarkana Country Club. This year's debutantes are Hollan Borowitz, Chloe Carpenter, Georgia Cobb, Cara Anne Court, Kathryn Davis, Meredith Green, Rachel Hemphill, Anna Grace Jones, Caroline Joyce, Olivia Lower, Gracie McDougal, Phoebe Robertson, Olivia Rochelle, Gracyn Upton, Jenna Williamson.
Saturday, May 22, 2021, over 400 people enjoyed ESCAPE: The Ultimate Journey Tribute Band at the 7th annual Clay's Golf and Guitars Concert. The Clay Eichler Memorial Fund raises money through its annual event, “Clay’s Golf and Guitars,” with all profits raised this year benefitted Haven Homes. Haven Homes is a local non-profit organization that provides a safe transition, temporary housing, and life-changing support services for women and men healing from addiction and homelessness. The Clay Eichler Memorial Fund was able to donate $170,000 to Haven Homes from this year's event.
On Thursday, May 20, 2021 the Texarkana USA Chamber of Commerce honored former Bowie County Judge, James Carlow as the recepient of the 2020 C.E. Palmer Award. This award was established by the Palmer family in 1941, and is Texarkana’s most prestigious recognition for long-term meritorious civic service. All past recipients make up the selection committee each year. The event was held at the Texarkana Texas Convention Center.
The Kiwanis Club of Texarkana has a mission to improve the world, one child and one community at a time. The Kiwanis Club of Texarkana hosted the 63rd Annual Pancake Day on Saturday, May 15, 2021, at the Truman Arnold Center on Texarkana College’s campus. Pancake Day is an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast, complete with sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, coffee, juice and milk! All proceeds will go towards funding local organizations which directly impact the lives of children in our community. … Pancake Day is truly a community event.
In honor of the sixth annual EMS appreciation week local first responders were celebrated at First Responders Day on Wednesday, May 19, 2021. Big Jakes Bar-b-que was served to all first sponsors to honor their efforts and dedications at Texarkana, Arkansas Convention Center and Texarkana, Texas Convention Center. This event was sponsored by Texarkana Emergency Center & Hospital, Eagle Distributing, Farmers Bank & Trust and Texarkana Funeral Home.
The Alzheimer’s Alliance Tri-State Area held its 6th Annual Twice as Fine Texarkana Wine Festival—a one-of-its-kind art, food, music and wine festival for the Four States Area on Saturday, May 1 at Spring Lake Park. This year's event brought thousands of local residents and others from surrounding areas out to enjoy this completely outdoor event. … The 2020 Wine Festival was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Wineries from across the State of Texas, numerous merchants and local businesses gave guests an opportunity to taste and purchase wines and gourmet treats.